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Island Recap: November 17th Edition, 2014

Island Recap: November 17th Edition, 2014

Welcome to InBali’s fortnightly account of life on the Island of the Gods – from the mouths, the keyboards and the lenses of those who love it the most. Life in Bali this fortnight has been all about the ties that bind. Relations between nations and contrasting cultures coming together in matrimony as East meets…

You know you are in Canggu when…

You know you are in Canggu when…

Canggu is arguably becoming one of Bali’s most progressive and culturally fascinating areas. Your mum will liken it to “how she remembers Legian in the 80s”, and you will hopefully never liken it to “the new Seminyak”. Having really only found its name on the tourism map over the past few years, Canggu is maturing…

Tenganan: home of Bali’s rarest textiles

Tenganan: home of Bali’s rarest textiles

How many visitors leave Bali without picking up at least one piece of locally crafted textile, usually a sarong? Even if you are a first time visitor, you can pick up one of Bali’s rarest textiles if you know where to look. Most people are familiar with batik, a method of painting a design onto cloth…

Kepa Acero: surfing unknown world-class waves

Kepa Acero: surfing unknown world-class waves

We have all made decisions in life, it’s just that Kepa Acero has made better ones than most. He’s the guy travelling around the world, surfing unknown world-class waves by himself with just his camera and whoever he meets on the road. He has given himself the life of his dreams, but says that no,…